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Army Driver Training for New Wolfhound
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No: 10864   Contributor: British Army   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Force Protection Inc   Country: Afghanistan
Army Driver Training for New Wolfhound

Soldiers from 16 Air Assault are pictured conducting driver training with the new Wolfhound vehicle on a purpose built driver training area in Camp Bastion, Afghanistan.

The off road course is designed to push the vehicles and drivers to the limit, in order to give crews the confidence and experience before deploying on real operations.
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